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Revealing The True Cost of Yacht Week Croatia

  • August 11, 2023
  • 8 minute read

Dreaming of setting sail in the Mediterranean, swimming in sparkling blue waters, and dancing in outdoor clubs on private islands? The Yacht Week Croatia is an iconic, super fun event that draws thousands of people each year – but the Yacht Week cost can be overwhelming for some before they understand their options. 

The Yacht Week Croatia (the original Yacht Week route!) is on many, many people’s bucket lists. When I sailed with The Yacht Week Croatia, we had guests from as far away as the U.S. and Australia flying to Croatia to attend the event. If you’re dreaming about spending a week on the water, but aren’t sure how to start budgeting, I’m here to help you plan your Croatia Yacht Week adventure. 

We set sail with The Yacht Week in Croatia in July 2023 – and despite the amount of research I did in advance, very few articles or budget breakdowns mentioned the true extent of the Yacht Week Cost. The Yacht Week boat fee is JUST the start – there are lots of hidden fees ! So how much does The Yacht Week cost, really? Let’s get into it with my detailed budget breakdown. 

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When is Yacht Week Croatia? 

Tunnel Raft, one of the many reasons people want to sail Yacht Week Croatia

The Yacht Week happens every summer – it’s the most iconic (and the original) rent-a-yacht-and-party experience in the Mediterranean. The Yacht Week runs what they call several different “routes,” meaning they sail in a couple different locations (more on that below). However, Yacht Week Croatia is the “original route” – and the one many people pick for that very reason. Each year, Yacht Week runs seven day routes from May to August . 

There are other Yacht Week routes. Nowadays, Yacht Week runs routes in Greece, Turkey, and even Tahiti! You can find a full list of their destinations here . However, the original route? That’s Yacht Week Croatia.  

How much does Yacht Week cost?

Most people know The Yacht Week costs a pretty penny – but just how much does it cost? 

A girl hangs off a boat during Yacht Week Croatia

The Yacht Week cost depends on several factors:

  • Do you want a cabin on a boat, or will you rent out an entire boat with your group?
  • If you do plan to rent out your own boat, how many people will be in your group to help split the cost? 
  • Do you want a host, or will you handle your own food? 
  • Do you want a simple boat, or will you upgrade to a luxury option (a bigger boat with air conditioning)?

Our group attended The Yacht Week in mid-July 2023 and opted to rent a single monohull with no A/C – the simplest, most affordable option. However, we did add a host to our boat to help prepare meals and tidy the boat, which added a small extra cost. It ended up costing us 10,500 USD for the entire boat with a host. 

A girl smiling during Yacht Week Croatia

The great part about The Yacht Week is that you have multiple price tiers to fit a variety of budgets. Let’s dive into the breakdown. 

The Core Yacht Week Cost (the Yacht Fee)

First things first: you’ll need to pick your boat. The Yacht Week offers four boat options:

  • Classic Monohull
  • Premium Monohull 
  • Classic Catamaran 
  • Premium Catamaran 

Each option comes with a skipper, entrance to Yacht Week parties, towels and linen, and boat cleaning at the end of the week post check-out. 

Though the costs change each year, generally, the classic Monohull is the most affordable option. When we sailed in 2023, the boat was 10,500 Euros total for the week. That’s the starting price, though a premium catamaran will cost quite a bit more (though it also fits more people!). 

The classic monohull, the most affordable boats for Yacht Week Croatia

You can see how small the classic monohull looks above, but don’t be surprised — it fits more than you might expect!

The inside of the classic monohull, the most affordable boats for Yacht Week Croatia

If you’re unhappy with these options, Yacht Week has a luxury option that allows you to pick your own boat – many of which are often more expensive. We won’t talk about that option here, as it changes a little each year, both price-wise and option-wise. 

Adding a Host to Your Yacht Week Experience

Above, we talked about the “Host” option for Yacht Week. What exactly is a host?

Breakfast prepared by a host on the Yacht Week Croatia

A host is your chef for the week – and she also helps keep the boat tidy and assists on deck when needed. The host will cook:

  • All breakfast meals on board
  • All lunch meals on board
  • Two dinners on board

If you’re booking a single cabin on your Yacht Week boat, you may find the host is often, if not always, included in the price. 

However, if you’re booking your own boat to split with your friends, you’ll have the option to add your own host. The price of the host will depend on the amount of people you’re bringing on your boat. For six people, we ended up paying around 100 USD extra for the host each. 

Lunch prepared by a host on the Yacht Week Croatia

Keep in mind your host and skipper will need their own cabin, so you’ll have fewer options to split the cost. Normally, the host will split a cabin with the skipper – taking 2 people off the total number of people to fill the boat.

Hidden Fees: Yacht Week Croatia 

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There’s a significant amount of hidden fees many Yacht Week attendees don’t fully understand until they book their trip. Paying for the boat is only a portion of your full cost! Let’s dive into the parts of The Yacht Week they don’t discuss. 

  • Refundable yacht deposit/ security deposit: One person will pay this amount upon check-in. This deposit covers damage to the vessel. Assuming there is no damage, you’ll get the deposit back at the end of the week. You’ll pay $2,500 Euros, and you will almost always pay by credit card. 
  • The Cash Kitty : The biggest fee no one talks about? The Cash Kitty. The Cash Kitty is a name assigned to a group of miscellaneous fees collected at the start of your trip. These include port fees, yacht fuel, shore power, water, ice, and water taxis – among other things. The cash kitty will vary for each boat , because shore fees and fuel needs will be different for each boat. You can use this nifty calculator on their website (hidden way down at the bottom) to learn about your estimated fees. For a monohull on the Croatia Original Route, fees run around 1950 Euros total – or 200 Euros per person. For a catamaran, those fees run around 2500 Euros total – or 245 Euros per person. The breakdown assumes, of course, you’re filling the boat. If you don’t plan to fill the boat, each person will need to pay more. At the end of the trip, if your skipper has leftover money, they will hand it back to you. On our boat, we had no leftover money. 
  • Tip : You’ll need to tip your crew at the end of the trip, too! Your tip should be around 10% to 20% of your total booking price . That means for a classic monohull, a 20% tip would be around 2,000 USD . You will need to tip your crew in cash. 
  • Food & drink : If you’re booking your own boat, you’ll need to worry about food and drinks, too – no matter if you have a host or not. Not every spot you dock will have easy access to restaurants or food (though most major ports will, of course). That’s why you should go grocery shopping in advance. For an entire week’s worth of food and drink for six guests, a host and a skipper, we paid around 850 Euros. However, we also opted out of one dinner and therefore had less food. A word of advice about the food situation: the best grocery store you’ll find? It’s near the dock, about a 10 minute walk away. None of the other ports had as large or well-stocked stores. So stock up early, if you can – because there aren’t always food options everywhere you go. That’s also why I recommend a host: she’s familiar with the boats and storage space. There isn’t a ton of room in the fridge, so it’s usually a tough fit.  
  • Host & Skipper Food Fees : During your charter, you’ll need to cover any costs for your host and skipper to have food. It’s tradition to invite them to dinner with you and cover their costs. If you don’t want to do that, you’ll need to give them cash to eat dinner. 
  • Transport to/from the marina : You’ll need to get to and from the marina, which will be assigned to you closer to the date of departure. Don’t fret – if you can’t afford a taxi, there’s an excellent bus that runs often between Trogir, the airport, and Split for two Euros. 
  • Additional speakers and/or cooler : I know the Yacht Week website says the boats come with speakers, but that’s normally not true. If you want to blast music, you’ll need to rent a speaker. The speaker will cost 250 Euros to 300 Euros, depending on size. The smaller cooler will cost 70 Euros, the bigger one, 90 euros. If you’re visiting in peak summer, opt for the bigger cooler for sure. Keep in mind these are provided by a third party and prices fluctuate year by year. Pro tip: You can’t actually play loud music at most ports past 8 p.m. or 10 p.m. And some days, you’ll be at port for the entire day.So keep that in mind! 
  • Misc. Costs : Be sure to bring some spending money for miscellaneous expenses. That means dinners on shore, for the most part, and drinks when you’re out and about. This should cost around 100 – 200 Euros at most, depending on how much you drink and how much you eat. 

When you take the security deposit out of the equation, we brought around 500 to 1,000 Euros extra per person to cover the above fees – and spent all of it, too. 

How many people do you need for Yacht Week?

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You can travel with as little people as you want – or as many (to an extent). 

If you want to go solo, you can book a bed in a cabin on a yacht. Alternatively, you can look on “Crew Finder” and other Facebook groups for groups looking to add people to their yachts. 

However, if you want to rent out your own boat, you can fill it up. The maximum depends on your boat and whether you opt for a host. Generally speaking, it’s a maximum of 6 to 12 people. You can bring less, of course, but everyone will have to pay more to cover the total cost. 

Do you need A/C?

The silhouette of a girl walking along a tide pool during Yacht Week Croatia

Ah yes, the golden question. Do you need air conditioning when you’re booking Yacht Week? Let’s be honest: Yacht Week costs can add up, and it may seem a little pricey. 

Before getting on the boat, I read as many blog posts and forums as I could – and everyone recommended air conditioning. I was really worried because we booked a boat without air conditioning. 

We traveled in mid-July, and it was really hot. We’re talking 38 degrees Celcius our first two days. Did we make it? Yeah, it ended up being totally fine . Many boats have lots of space to sleep outside. You can bring cushions and camp under the stars. 

Boats rafted together for Tunnel Raft during Yacht Week Croatia

Half our boat opted to sleep outside, the other half, inside. Either way, everyone was surprised – it ended up being much easier to sleep than we expected. Later in the week, when it cooled off, most people ended up sleeping inside with no problems. 

So do you need A/C? It’s up to you. 

Remember: The reality is different, and not everything you read online is true. People we met with A/C on their boats told us the A/C had been broken…and was broken the entire trip and the entire season.

These are boats, after all. Things break, and they don’t always get fixed. If you book a boat with A/C, remember, there’s a chance it may be broken. In addition, remember you can only use the A/C when plugged into shore power (which was only 4 days on our route). 

Final Musings 

yachts docked in Bol during the Yacht Week Croatia

Yacht Week Croatia can be affordable – if you’re willing to skip out on some of the luxuries. One mentality shift? Think of it like camping! To optimize your Yacht Week Croatia costs, make sure to think about alllll the hidden fees and costs in advance. There’s nothing worse than being surprised with costs. Happy Sailing!! 

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Samantha Tatro is a Czech-American third culture kid who grew up living and traveling abroad. Many years later, after living in California and working as a journalist, she decided to take the leap and move abroad again…this time to Prague, Czech Republic. Samantha started Undiscovered Path Home to help couples and solo female travelers find the courage to visit countries – and locations – off the beaten path. Her work has appeared in Bon Appetit, NBC News , The Adecco Group , and more .

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Wow! This looks like an incredible adventure. My husband and I have been talking about spending a week on a catamaran around the Caribbean. This is definitely convincing me!

Thank you! Honestly, it’s so worth it (I even have sea sickness and loved it!)

Great tips and love the photos!

Thank you!!

Yacht Week sounds like so much fun! I love the idea of thinking of it a bit like camping if you can’t afford to splurge on all the luxuries. It’s good to know that it is an experience that most people can enjoy, even if you’re working with a smaller budget. Thanks for the comprehensive guide!

I had no idea about this. It looks very fun! 🙂

I would love to do this! Have not been to Croatia but have done flotilla sails in Greece, Caribbean and BVI. It is not cheap, but well worth it, I found. Thanks for the insights about this event.

That sounds amazing — it’s never cheap but it’s such a unique experience!

Have always wanted to do yacht week! Thanks for the info!

Oh this looks amazing! I’ve not sailed for years other than from a to b. I think I need to start considering more ways to travel around than the usual plane, train or car.

This looks like so much fun! I’ve always wanted to go on a yacht in Crotia. Looks like a great way to explore the area. Thanks for sharing your experience!

Thank you for reading!! 100% bucket list!

This sounds like so much fun! I will definitely have to try it with the hubby one day!

It’s such a unique experience!

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The Yacht Week Announces Dates for Summer 2023

The Yacht Week

Young, adventurous travelers can now book for summer 2023 on The Yacht Week and join a flotilla of like-minded people to enjoy a unique mix of sailing, parties, activities and exploration. With a choice of routes in Croatia, Greece, and a new route in Turkey, there is no better way to spend time with friends, and make new ones from around the world, as guests set sail and sleep under the stars, all set against a stunning scenic backdrop and a party soundtrack. Guests should book quickly to secure early bird access and pricing.

Summer 2022 saw another sold out season as The Yacht Week took over 900 yachts to the water, hosting 10,000 people from over 50 countries on a seven-day trip-of-a-lifetime. Once again in 2023, groups of friends or solo travelers can charter a yacht of their choice, together with a skipper and host, and enjoy the best week of their life. Based on previous years, the best value and biggest yachts across Croatia, Greece and new destination, Turkey, will sell out fast.

Nothing beats the feeling of joining friends on a luxury yacht adventure and The Yacht Week can be trusted to deliver the perfect experience. All routes offer guests a carefully curated 7-day itinerary full of unforgettable experiences as they wake up to a different view each morning; the chance to swim and snorkel in natural bays, take part in a regatta, explore local towns (hire ATVs or VW Beetle convertibles to go even further), go hiking, kick back at stylish beach bars and restaurants (the hosts are also trained to cook delicious meals on the yachts using local ingredients), party in unique locations every night with a roster of international DJs and much more.

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For those guests who want to explore all day and party all night the faster paced Croatia routes are the perfect choice. Sailing the islands and coastline around Split, every day in Croatia is an adventure and every night is a new party, from clubs to deserted islands, with world-class DJs dropping the best tunes. The Yacht Week even provides an exclusive party at the historic Fort George in Vis. Out at sea, the circle raft and tunnel raft parties see DJs perform on the ‘Buzz Boat’, a floating DJ booth fully loaded with VOID Acoustics sound-system alongside the world’s first floating dance floor. If recovery is required, guests can sleep in the sunshine on the yacht deck, try beachside yoga or a workout, or meander up the old-town streets of the iconic town of Hvar to enjoy sunset over the medieval castle of Fortica.

Guests can choose to make music central to their experience with Croatia routes including Ultra Festival, where, alongside The Yacht Week’s bespoke music programming, dance music fans can attend one of the biggest and best EDM, house and techno festivals in the world as VIP guests. And what better way to get there than by yacht? This is a festival experience like no other.

2022 also saw the launch of The Yacht Week Presents, and a week-long collaboration with cutting edge techno label Drumcode. This week returns in 2023 and continues to redefine what a music festival can be as an exclusive selection of techno and travel fans will enjoy intimate sets from renowned DJs, such as Drumcode founder Adam Beyer, in unique locations such as a lighthouse, a deserted island, a submarine shelter, a historic fortress and more.

For a more relaxed pace guests can sail the crystal-clear waters around the Saronic Islands in Greece. There are still plenty of DJs and themed parties, as well as raft parties where the yachts join together out at sea, but there is also more focus on chilling with cocktails at day parties, sunset sessions, staying overnight in deserted natural bays and exploring local shops, restaurants and bars in ancient backstreets.

In summer 2023, The Yacht Week returns to Turkey – the first time since 2015 – where a strictly limited number of yachts will sail the Turkish riviera around Fethiye on the most inviting, mirror-like seas reflecting stunning sunsets each evening. Guests will enjoy boujee beach bars on gorgeous soft yellow sand, Turkish baths, and a culture which embraces community, food and adventure. This route will include a carefully selected itinerary put on by The Yacht Week’s knowledgeable team as well as some unforgettable parties of course. This new route will be a talking point of the summer for those lucky enough to secure a place.

Last summer The Yacht Week continued to show guests that life is better at sea, with many enjoying life-changing experiences such as learning to swim, discovering a new love of sailing, learning about food and cooking on yachts and more – The Yacht Week is so much more than just a holiday. Established in 2006, the team are highly experienced and can be trusted to help create memories that will never fade. With bookings now open for 2023, those travelers ready to do something incredible should book now and prepare for the best week of their lives.



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Are you ready for the ultimate adventure on the high seas? Look no further than The Yacht Week Croatia, a week-long sailing extravaganza that promises unforgettable experiences and memories to last a lifetime. This unique event combines the thrill of sailing with the excitement of exploring stunning coastal destinations, indulging in thrilling activities, and immersing yourself in the vibrant party scene of the Adriatic coast.

Imagine yourself on a luxurious yacht, cruising along the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and warm Mediterranean sunshine. The Yacht Week Croatia offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore the hidden gems of this beautiful region, from secluded coves and picturesque islands to charming coastal towns with rich cultural heritage.

Whether you’re a seasoned sailor or a first-time adventurer, The Yacht Week Croatia caters to all levels of experience. You’ll have the chance to learn the ropes of sailing from a professional skipper, or simply relax and enjoy the journey while taking in the awe-inspiring views.

But The Yacht Week Croatia is not just about sailing; it’s a holistic experience that combines adventure, relaxation, and endless entertainment. Get ready to dive into the crystal-clear waters for a refreshing swim, embark on exhilarating water sports activities, or simply unwind on deck, soaking up the sun and enjoying the company of like-minded travelers from around the world.

One of the highlights of The Yacht Week Croatia is the vibrant party scene. Each night, you’ll anchor in a different destination and have the opportunity to experience the buzzing nightlife, with beach parties, trendy clubs, and legendary yacht parties that will keep the adrenaline pumping from dusk till dawn.

Accommodation during The Yacht Week Croatia is as unique as the experience itself. You’ll be staying on cozy yachts equipped with all the necessary amenities for a comfortable journey, including sleeping quarters, a kitchen, bathroom facilities, and a spacious deck where you can relax and socialize with your fellow crewmates.

In this article, we’ll dive deeper into The Yacht Week Croatia, exploring the various routes, activities, and party scenes you can expect during this incredible adventure. We’ll also provide you with helpful tips to ensure that your Yacht Week Croatia experience is nothing short of extraordinary. So, grab your sailor hat, pack your sunscreen, and get ready for an unforgettable nautical adventure unlike any other!

Overview of The Yacht Week Croatia

The Yacht Week Croatia is an epic sailing experience that takes place annually along the stunning Adriatic coast. It brings together adventure enthusiasts and partygoers from around the world for a week-long journey through some of the most breathtaking destinations in Croatia. The event combines the thrill of sailing with a vibrant social scene, making it a perfect blend of relaxation, exploration, and fun.

During The Yacht Week Croatia, participants have the opportunity to charter their own yacht or join a pre-made crew. Each yacht typically accommodates 6-12 people, creating a close-knit community of like-minded individuals. Whether you’re a seasoned sailor or a complete beginner, you’ll be assigned a professional skipper who will guide you through the journey, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone on board.

The Yacht Week Croatia offers a variety of routes and itineraries, allowing participants to customize their adventure based on their preferences. Some of the popular routes include exploring the beautiful islands of Hvar, Vis, Brac, and Korcula. Each destination offers unique attractions, from secluded beaches and charming coastal towns to vibrant nightlife scenes.

One of the standout features of The Yacht Week Croatia is the range of activities available throughout the journey. Participants can partake in thrilling water sports such as paddleboarding, jet skiing, and snorkeling. For those looking to immerse themselves in the local culture, there are opportunities to visit historical sites, taste delicious local cuisine, and even join cooking classes to learn how to prepare traditional Croatian dishes.

When the sun sets, The Yacht Week Croatia truly comes alive. Each night, yachts anchor in a different port, and participants have the chance to explore the buzzing nightlife scene. From beach parties and rooftop bars to legendary yacht parties, there’s no shortage of excitement and entertainment. The Yacht Week Croatia is renowned for its energetic and vibrant parties, with DJs, live music, and dancing late into the night.

Accommodation during The Yacht Week Croatia is unique and unforgettable. Participants stay on spacious yachts equipped with comfortable sleeping quarters, bathrooms, fully equipped kitchens, and spacious decks for socializing and taking in the stunning views. It’s an opportunity to feel the thrill of living on the open water while enjoying all the comforts of home.

Overall, The Yacht Week Croatia is an adventure like no other. It combines the freedom of sailing with the excitement of exploring beautiful coastal destinations and immersing yourself in the lively atmosphere of the Adriatic coast. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, adventure, or simply a week of unforgettable memories, The Yacht Week Croatia has it all. So, get ready to set sail, meet new people, and experience the magic of the Croatian coastline in a way that’s truly unparalleled.

Exploring the Adriatic Coast

The Yacht Week Croatia offers a unique opportunity to explore the stunning Adriatic coast, which is known for its crystal-clear turquoise waters, picturesque islands, and charming coastal towns. From hidden coves to vibrant cities, there is something for everyone along this breathtaking stretch of coastline.

One of the highlights of the journey is the chance to visit the beautiful islands of Hvar, Vis, Brac, and Korcula. These islands are renowned for their natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant culture. Hvar, often referred to as the crown jewel of the Adriatic, boasts stunning beaches, medieval architecture, and a buzzing nightlife scene. Vis, on the other hand, offers a more secluded and tranquil setting, with pristine beaches and traditional fishing villages.

Brac, the third largest island in the Adriatic, is famous for its stunning Zlatni Rat beach, which is often considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. The island also offers opportunities for hiking, exploring ancient ruins, and indulging in local cuisine. Lastly, Korcula is known for its charming Old Town and charming narrow streets, reminiscent of a mini Dubrovnik.

Aside from the islands, The Yacht Week Croatia allows participants to visit enchanting coastal towns along the Adriatic coast. Split, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a vibrant city with a rich history dating back to Roman times. Visit Diocletian’s Palace, stroll along the waterfront promenade, and indulge in delicious local cuisine.

Dubrovnik, often called the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, is another must-visit destination. This ancient city is known for its medieval walls, cobblestone streets, and stunning architecture. Explore the city’s cultural sites, enjoy panoramic views from the city walls, and immerse yourself in the Game of Thrones filming locations.

Throughout the journey, you’ll have the opportunity to anchor in secluded coves and sheltered bays, where you can swim in crystal-clear waters, sunbathe on the deck, or indulge in water activities like snorkeling and paddleboarding. These hidden gems allow you to disconnect from the outside world and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Adriatic.

Whether you’re exploring the islands, visiting coastal towns, or enjoying the tranquility of the secluded coves, The Yacht Week Croatia ensures that you’ll have a truly remarkable experience discovering the wonders of the Adriatic coast.

Sailing Routes and Itineraries

The Yacht Week Croatia offers a variety of sailing routes and itineraries, allowing participants to tailor their adventure based on their preferences and interests. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, adventure, or a mix of both, there’s a route to suit every taste.

One popular route is the “South Route,” which takes you from Split to the stunning islands of Brac and Hvar. This itinerary allows you to explore the vibrant city of Split, with its historical landmarks and bustling waterfront promenade. From there, you’ll head to the island of Brac, where you can visit the famous Zlatni Rat beach and enjoy the island’s natural beauty. The journey continues to Hvar, known for its lively nightlife, charming streets, and beautiful beaches.

An alternative option is the “Ultra Route,” which is specifically designed for party enthusiasts. This route takes you to iconic party destinations such as Split, Hvar, and Vis, where you can experience the world-renowned yacht parties and lively beach clubs. Dance the night away under the stars as you celebrate with fellow yacht weekers.

For those who prefer a more secluded and tranquil experience, the “Explore Route” offers a journey through the hidden gems of the Adriatic. This itinerary takes you to lesser-known islands such as Vis and Korcula, where you can immerse yourself in nature, explore charming fishing villages, and enjoy the peaceful serenity of untouched coves.

Each yacht on The Yacht Week Croatia has a dedicated skipper who will guide you through the journey, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience. They have in-depth knowledge of the area and will help you navigate the best sailing routes, taking into consideration weather conditions and your preferences.

It’s important to note that the itineraries may vary slightly depending on weather conditions and the discretion of the skipper. Flexibility is key during The Yacht Week Croatia, as it allows for unexpected discoveries and spontaneous adventures along the way.

Whichever route you choose, The Yacht Week Croatia guarantees a unique and unforgettable sailing experience, allowing you to explore the Adriatic coast and its stunning islands while creating lifelong memories with your fellow crewmates.

Activities and Excursions

The Yacht Week Croatia offers a plethora of activities and excursions to enhance your sailing adventure and make the most of your time on the stunning Adriatic coast. From thrilling water sports to cultural experiences, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

One of the highlights of The Yacht Week Croatia is the opportunity to partake in a variety of water sports activities. Take to the turquoise waters and try your hand at paddleboarding, kayaking, or jet skiing. Explore hidden caves and secluded bays, or simply enjoy a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters.

If you’re a fan of snorkeling or diving, the Adriatic coast is teeming with underwater treasures waiting to be discovered. Swim alongside colorful marine life, explore vibrant coral reefs, and uncover the secrets of the underwater world. You can even join organized diving trips to explore popular dive sites in the area.

For those interested in immersing themselves in the rich cultural heritage of Croatia, The Yacht Week offers several excursions to historical sites and cultural landmarks along the coast. Visit the UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace in Split, wander the ancient streets of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, or explore the medieval fortress on the island of Hvar.

The culinary delights of Croatia are not to be missed, and The Yacht Week Croatia offers various food-focused activities to satisfy your taste buds. Join a cooking class to learn how to prepare traditional Croatian dishes, indulge in a wine tasting session to sample local wines, or savor fresh seafood at waterfront restaurants.

For the adventure seekers, hiking and biking trails are available on some of the islands. Lace up your hiking boots and explore the scenic paths that lead to breathtaking viewpoints and hidden beaches. Cycle through olive groves, vineyards, and picturesque villages, immersing yourself in the natural beauty of the Adriatic landscape.

Throughout the journey, The Yacht Week Croatia also organizes themed parties and events on board the yachts. From sunset cocktail parties to costume-themed nights, these events provide a unique opportunity to socialize with fellow yacht weekers and create lasting memories.

Remember, the activities and excursions may vary depending on the route and itinerary chosen. It’s essential to plan ahead and check the available options for your specific sailing week. Whether you’re seeking adrenaline-pumping adventures or cultural immersions, The Yacht Week Croatia offers a wide range of activities and excursions to make your journey truly unforgettable.

Party Scene and Nightlife

The Yacht Week Croatia is renowned for its vibrant party scene and exhilarating nightlife. Each night brings a new opportunity to let loose, dance under the stars, and create memories that will last a lifetime. From beach parties to legendary yacht parties, the party scene during The Yacht Week Croatia is truly unforgettable.

Throughout the journey, the yachts anchor in different destinations, allowing participants to experience the nightlife of various coastal towns and islands. One of the highlights is Hvar, known for its lively nightlife and vibrant atmosphere. Here, you’ll find trendy beach clubs, rooftop bars, and iconic party venues, where you can dance the night away to the beats of world-class DJs.

Vis is another hotspot for partygoers during The Yacht Week Croatia. This secluded island offers a unique setting for unforgettable parties. From beach bonfires to exclusive events in hidden caves, the party scene in Vis is known for its intimate and exclusive vibe.

Yacht parties are a staple of The Yacht Week Croatia. Imagine dancing on the deck of a luxurious yacht, surrounded by fellow yacht weekers and stunning views of the Adriatic coast. These legendary yacht parties often feature renowned DJs, live music, and themed events that create an electric and energetic atmosphere.

In addition to beach parties and yacht parties, The Yacht Week Croatia also organizes special events, such as sunset cocktail parties and costume-themed nights. These events bring yacht weekers together and provide unique opportunities to socialize, make new friends, and create lifelong memories.

The party scene during The Yacht Week Croatia is not just about the late-night festivities. Daytime beach parties are a popular feature as well. Participants gather on stunning beaches, dance to the rhythm of music, and soak up the sun while enjoying refreshing cocktails and the company of fellow yacht weekers.

It’s important to note that while The Yacht Week Croatia offers an incredible party scene, participants are encouraged to party responsibly and respect the environment and local communities. The organizers emphasize the importance of sustainability and provide guidelines to ensure that the impact on the destinations is minimized.

Whether you’re a party enthusiast or simply looking to have a good time, The Yacht Week Croatia promises an unforgettable nightlife experience. Dance, mingle, and celebrate with like-minded individuals from around the world as you create memories that will stay with you long after the week’s adventure comes to an end.

Accommodation Options

When it comes to accommodation during The Yacht Week Croatia, you can expect a unique and unforgettable experience. Instead of traditional hotels or resorts, participants stay on luxurious yachts, creating a truly immersive and extraordinary sailing adventure.

The yachts provided for The Yacht Week Croatia are spacious and well-equipped, catering to the needs of the participants. Each yacht typically accommodates 6-12 people, creating a close-knit community of like-minded individuals. They come with comfortable sleeping quarters, bathroom facilities, a fully equipped kitchen, and a spacious deck where you can relax, socialize, and take in the stunning views.

There are different types of yachts available, allowing participants to choose the level of luxury that suits their preferences and budget. From standard yachts to premium and luxury options, there’s a range of choices available. The higher-end yachts often come with additional amenities such as air conditioning, expansive deck space, and more luxurious finishes.

Participants can choose to charter their own yacht with a group of friends or join a pre-made crew. This provides an opportunity to connect with new people and make lifelong friendships during the journey. The crews are usually assigned a professional skipper who will navigate the yacht and ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone on board.

It’s important to note that while the yachts offer comfortable accommodations, it’s important to pack wisely. Make sure to bring essentials such as sunscreen, swimwear, towels, and comfortable clothing suitable for both daytime activities and evening events. Additionally, packing light is recommended as space on the yacht is limited.

Living on a yacht during The Yacht Week Croatia is an experience like no other. It allows participants to feel the thrill of living on the open water, waking up to breathtaking views every morning, and immersing themselves in the beauty of the Adriatic coastline. It also creates a sense of camaraderie among participants as they share the excitement and challenges of the sailing adventure.

Whether you choose a standard yacht or opt for a more luxurious option, the accommodation during The Yacht Week Croatia promises comfort, convenience, and an extraordinary experience that complements the overall adventure.

Food and Dining

The Yacht Week Croatia offers a delightful culinary journey, allowing participants to indulge in delicious local cuisine, fresh seafood, and vibrant flavors. From traditional Croatian dishes to international fare, there are plenty of options to satisfy every palate during this sailing adventure.

While onboard the yacht, participants have the freedom to prepare their own meals in the fully equipped kitchen. This gives you the chance to showcase your culinary skills or try your hand at preparing local dishes using fresh ingredients sourced from the various destinations.

For those who prefer to sit back and relax, there’s the option to hire a private chef who will take care of all your meals. This ensures a hassle-free dining experience, allowing you to focus on enjoying the journey and exploring the Adriatic coast.

During The Yacht Week Croatia, it’s essential to sample the local cuisine. Croatian food is known for its Mediterranean influences, with an emphasis on fresh seafood, grilled meats, olive oil, and aromatic herbs.

Some must-try dishes include “Peka,” a traditional Croatian dish consisting of slow-cooked meat and vegetables, and “Octopus Salad,” a refreshing and flavorful appetizer made with tender octopus, tomatoes, onions, and herbs.

Indulge in the local seafood specialties, such as fresh fish grilled to perfection, “Brodet,” a hearty fish stew, and “Black Risotto,” a savory dish made with squid ink and rice.

Exploring the local markets and food markets in the coastal towns is a great way to immerse yourself in the culinary culture of Croatia. Stock up on fresh fruits, vegetables, and local products to enjoy during your journey.

Throughout The Yacht Week Croatia, there are also opportunities to join cooking classes and learn how to prepare traditional Croatian dishes from local chefs. These experiences allow you to delve deeper into the culinary traditions and gain new skills that you can showcase to your fellow crewmates.

When it comes to dining out, the coastal towns and islands along the Adriatic coast offer a plethora of options. Indulge in waterfront restaurants, charming cafes, and street food stalls that serve up a mix of local and international cuisines.

Pair your meals with Croatian wines, which have gained recognition for their quality and unique flavors. Join a wine tasting session, explore vineyards, and sample the diverse range of wines produced in the region.

Whether you’re dining on your yacht, exploring local markets, or savoring meals at waterfront restaurants, The Yacht Week Croatia promises a delectable food journey that will tantalize your taste buds and introduce you to the rich culinary traditions of Croatia.

Tips for a Successful Yacht Week Croatia Experience

Preparing for The Yacht Week Croatia can greatly enhance your overall experience. Here are some tips to ensure a successful and memorable adventure:

  • Pack wisely: As space on the yacht is limited, pack light and bring essential items such as sunscreen, swimwear, towels, and comfortable clothing suitable for both daytime activities and evening events. Don’t forget any necessary travel documents, medications, and personal toiletries.
  • Stay hydrated: The sun and sea breeze can be dehydrating, so make sure to drink plenty of water throughout the journey. Consider bringing a refillable water bottle to stay hydrated while minimizing plastic waste.
  • Embrace spontaneity: While it’s great to have a general plan, be open to unexpected adventures and spontaneous detours. The Yacht Week Croatia is all about embracing the unexpected and making the most of every moment.
  • Respect the environment: Practice sustainable tourism and respect the natural beauty of the Adriatic coast. Dispose of waste properly, minimize plastic consumption, and be mindful of marine life and protected areas.
  • Party responsibly: The Yacht Week Croatia offers incredible nightlife, but remember to party responsibly. Pace yourself, stay hydrated, and be mindful of your alcohol consumption. Respect other yacht weekers, the local communities, and adhere to the guidelines provided by the organizers.
  • Connect with your crewmates: The Yacht Week Croatia is an opportunity to meet like-minded individuals from around the world. Take the time to get to know your crewmates, share experiences, and build lifelong friendships. Embrace the spirit of camaraderie and teamwork.
  • Prepare for the elements: The Adriatic coast can experience various weather conditions, so pack accordingly. Bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, and lightweight clothing for sun protection, as well as a light jacket or sweater for cooler evenings.
  • Stay active and explore: Take advantage of the activities and excursions available during The Yacht Week Croatia. Dive into the crystal-clear waters, try water sports, explore the islands, and immerse yourself in the local culture. Make the most of each destination and create memories that go beyond the party scene.
  • Be flexible: While it’s great to have an itinerary, be prepared for changes. Weather conditions and the discretion of the skipper may alter the planned route. Embrace flexibility and go with the flow, as these changes can often lead to unexpected discoveries and memorable experiences.
  • Capture the memories: Bring a camera or smartphone to capture the beautiful moments and stunning landscapes along the way. Take photos and videos to document your Yacht Week Croatia experience, but also remember to put the camera down and immerse yourself fully in the adventure.

By following these tips, you’ll be well-prepared and ready to make the most of your Yacht Week Croatia experience. Get ready for an incredible sailing adventure, unforgettable parties, and lifelong memories!

The Yacht Week Croatia offers a unique adventure that combines the thrill of sailing with the beauty of the Adriatic coast. It’s a week-long journey filled with breathtaking landscapes, vibrant parties, and unforgettable memories. Whether you’re an experienced sailor or a first-time adventurer, The Yacht Week Croatia caters to all levels of experience, providing the opportunity to explore stunning islands, swim in crystal-clear waters, and immerse yourself in the vibrant party scene.

From the moment you set sail, you’ll find yourself surrounded by like-minded individuals from around the world, forming a close-knit community that shares the love for adventure and a desire to create lifelong friendships. The Yacht Week Croatia not only offers thrilling activities and exhilarating parties, but also a chance to disconnect from the daily grind and connect with the beauty of nature and the joy of being on the open water.

Whether you’re dancing under the stars at a beach party, exploring ancient ruins, or simply relaxing on deck, The Yacht Week Croatia promises an experience like no other. It’s a chance to embrace spontaneity, immerse yourself in the local culture, and forge connections with people who share your sense of adventure.

As you sail along the Adriatic coast, you’ll discover hidden coves, charming coastal towns, and breathtaking landscapes that will leave you in awe. The Yacht Week Croatia is an opportunity to experience the magic of Croatia – its rich history, delicious cuisine, and warm hospitality.

Remember to pack light, stay hydrated, and party responsibly. Respect the environment and local communities, and embrace the spirit of camaraderie and friendship that permeates The Yacht Week Croatia.

Whether you choose to charter your own yacht or join a pre-made crew, The Yacht Week Croatia promises a journey that will create memories to last a lifetime. So, set sail, feel the wind in your hair, and dive into the adventure of a lifetime. The Yacht Week Croatia awaits you!


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About this trip

Featuring yachts aplenty, this route calls to those who abide by the Carpe Diem mantra and aim to live life to the fullest. Explore hidden coves, eat at the finest of restaurants, and party until dawn. Croatia's serene seas and enchanting towns create the perfect stage for an insane event and continue to call us back year after year.

What’s included

  • Skipper Trained professional to sail us for 7 days and keep the crew and attendee safe and secure
  • Host Prepare all meals and maintain the yacht in tip top shape
  • Lodge A night before and after the yacht week tour
  • Beverage pre purchase liquor for on board
  • Food All breakfast, lunch and two dinners prepared by host + mineral water on board
  • Free Data Change Fully transferable spots, Fully transferable spots, 24 hour free cancellation

What’s not included

  • Tips For tour operator, skipper, host, and/or captain

Available Packages

Your organizer.

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Yacht Week Croatia:  Begin Your Sailing Adventure

Yacht Week Croatia will introduce you to idyllic beaches, captivating scenery, breathtaking natural beauty, fascinating islands, clear turquoise waters, and mysterious caves.

Charter a yacht to discover the finest parts of Croatia in one week!

What is Yacht Week in Croatia?

Yacht Week Croatia is a seven-day yachting experience on the coast of Croatia. You will spend your week dancing to live music in the background, eating delicious food, exploring the vast sea, and cruising to new destinations along the way. And certainly, why not, making friends!

Hvar moored catamarans with people having fun from yacht week Croatia

Yacht Week offers various sailing routes each year on different months and dates. In Europe, there are yacht week routes in Croatia, as well as a yacht week in Greece , with various dates from May to September.

When you see the sailing schedule from the table below, use it to plan your trip to Croatia, including renting a yacht.

When is Yacht Week Croatia

Yacht Week Croatia 2024 Dates

See below a table we’ve created with prices, routes, dates, and most of the available activities.

Gather your sailing party in Croatia, book a yacht, select your sailing route, sail the open seas, and be amazed at the beautiful sites all around you.

Let’s start your sail week in Croatia by selecting one of the sailing destinations .

Yacht Week Croatia 2024 Dates: Select Your Sailing Routes

We’ve created a yacht week table with prices, routes, dates, and activities.

Route (December to January)New Year’s Party, Beach Chic at Coco Maya Party, Flamingo Lookout, Caribbean Beach and Sunset Party, Yoga€655
Route (1st – 7th June)7-day Techno adventure – party with Adam Beyer, Drumcode’s Opening party, Floating DJ booth, Techno Tunnel Raft, Yoga, Castle Hike Hvar7 Days
From €819
Route (13th July-19th July)Yacht Week Ultra Festival VIP, Resistance Festival VIP, Circle Raft, The Buzz Boat, Fort George, Open-Air Party, Carpe Diem, Palmizana Island, HIIT Class, 7 Days From €908
Designed for people in their 40s;
22 – 28 June
Circle Raft Party, Old Town Hike, New Dining Experiences, Tunnel Raft Party, Party in La Maddalena, Explore Natural Bays, Diving Sardinia7 Days €1,174
– 11 weeks of Yacht Week Greece ( May – Sept)Hip Hop Music, Tunnel Raft Party, The Circle Raft, Love Bay Beach Party, Island of Dokos, Island ATV Tour, Regatta, Dolphin spotting, Visit the Acropolis7 Days From €552
(Dates ) 14 weeks of Yacht Week CroatiaTrogir Opening Party, Circle Raft, Regatta, Lunch Swims, The Buzz Boat, Golden Hour Party, Yoga, Tunnel Raft Party, Headline DJs, Castle Hike Hvar, Peka Dinner, Vis7 Days From €557
Run Club, Dexercise, Carpe Diem, Lunch Swims, Circle Raft, The Buzz Boat, Tunnel Raft Dinner, Trogir Opening Party
Route (April)Circle Raft Party in a Coral Lagoon, Motu Island Party, Bora Bora Yacht Club, Huahine Yacht Club€951

How To Plan Your Yacht Week Croatia

the yacht week sailing Croatia coastline

To help you plan your holiday, we have prepared an informative yachting guide to help you streamline the entire process of renting yachts.

The following yachting guide provides you with all the necessary details you require to book a yacht.

Here are 3 Steps to Plan Your Sail Week

With several destinations to choose from, you can select a route based on your budget and the month most suitable for you to travel to Croatia. Plan your yacht week in Croatia by following these four steps:

Step 1:  Select Your Package

You can choose from the pre-designed packages, Premium or Luxury Package , or create a Customised Package .

Step 2:  Select Your Crew

A crewed yacht charter in Croatia includes selecting a Full Yacht, Select Cabins, or Solo Spots. Full Yacht pairs you with a skipper and you can invite up to 12 friends to join you . Select Cabins and Solo Spots are a great option for small groups or lone travellers, and it’s a superb way to meet new people.

Aboard, you’ll meet the skipper and the host . Trained and licensed skippers will take you on a tour of the ocean and if you’re interested, teach you how to sail. A host will prepare appetising meals each day and tell you about your surroundings.

One key difference between the two is that while every booking includes a skipper, only Premium and Luxury Packages include a host but you can add a host in the Customised Package .

Step 3: Select Your Payment Option

You can secure your spot on the yacht with a 10% deposit. You also have the option to pay in three easy installments—10%, 30%, and 60%— or divide the cost between each person in your party.

Booking for 2024 is now open!

Croatia Yacht Week 2024:  Getting There

yacht week sailing- how to get to Croatia yacht week

Remember to bring a valid visa, a valid passport, as well as travel insurance and local currency with you on the yacht.

Each route is unlike the other. However, one thing is common among all of them— a week full of laughter and excitement with your best mates! But before that, let’s first get you there!

You can travel to Croatia from four airports with the first three being the main airports widely chosen by travellers. The fourth airport is less likely chosen but worth mentioning.

1.    Split Airport If you Choose Ultra Route and Croatia Original

town of Trogir, near Split Airport, where Croatia Original kicks off with an opening party

Most international flights land at the Split Airport. Every sailing area in the city’s region is easily reachable from Split Airport. The town of Trogir is less than 5,3km away from the airport. If you choose Drumcode route or Croatia Original , we recommend arriving at Split Airport (SPU).

2.    Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik Airport also sees a large number of international travellers. Although the city offers many sailing options, some people prefer to land at the Split Airport and then fly out of Croatia via Dubrovnik Airport.

3.    Zadar Airport

Zadar Airport sees its share of international flights as well. Travellers wanting to access a region north of Split can choose a flight landing at Zadar Airport.

people sunbathing and hanging around Zadar's dock

4.    Zagreb Airport

Zagreb Airport is a practical choice for travellers planning to visit the capital of Croatia, Zagreb . The city is more than 400 km away from Split and 200 km from the coast.

However, your sailing party in Croatia will be incomplete without a yacht.

In each city, you’ll find a wide range of companies with a diverse selection of yachts for rent.

Croatia Yacht Charter:  Renting a Boat

Do you need a license to rent a boat in Croatia? It depends. Are you sailing a skippered yacht charter or a bareboat yacht charter?

  • Skippered Yacht Charters don’t require you to have a boating license, as the boat’s skipper will be navigating the charter.
  • Bareboat Yacht Charters require you to have a boating license.

If you’re opting for the second option, you’ll need to have the following sailing qualifications to be at the helm of the boat:

  • International Certificate of Competence from the European Sailing Authority.

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  • RYA Qualifications allow you to sail a bareboat yacht charter out of Croatia.
  • American Sailing Association (ASA) issues the ASA 104 Bareboat Yacht Charter Certificate to sailors and it’s commonly accepted in Croatia.
  • US Sailing issues the International Proficient Certificate and the Bareboat Cruising Certificate. Croatia usually accepts both certificates.

Whether you’re renting a boat to steer yourself or sailing with a trained and licensed skipper, it’s important to have prior knowledge of the different types of yachts you can rent.

Choose your Yacht for your Croatia Boat Week Party

yacht in Croatia- choosing what yacht to rent

Your sail week in Croatia can’t begin without a yacht. Before you arrive in Croatia, consider shortlisting a few yachts to save time. Kickstart your yacht week in Croatia by choosing from one of the following yachts:

1.    Monohull Sailing Yachts (Sailboats)

Monohull sailing boats, powered by sails, are available at various “per day” rates. They are an affordable option for people on a tight budget. On the sailboat, you can easily hop from island to island, discover hidden coves, and come across sandy beaches. You can rent a sailboat by size depending on the number of people in your group. Large groups should consider renting a full-sized luxury yacht.

2.    Catamarans

catamaran for yacht week Croatia

Catamarans feature two hulls with a cockpit and a saloon between them. You can either rent a sailing catamaran (known as only catamarans) or power catamarans.

Catamarans feature two engines, but the sails are their primary power source. Larger groups prefer to rent luxury catamarans, as they are spacious and offer stability. Large-sized catamarans offer increased privacy and showers and toilets in the staterooms. There’s also ample space to sit comfortably on the deck and saloon.

You can rent a catamaran for a week if you desire to spend the bulk of your holiday on the Croatian waters.

Power Catamarans feature two powerful engines, which serve as their main power source. Since they don’t have a mast or sails like its counterpart, they offer even more room on the deck. If you’re opting for a luxury catamaran charter, it’s recommended that you take a crewed yacht charter in Croatia with a qualified skipper.

3.    Motorboats

motorboats and yachts moored at Krk Island

Motorboats include everything from private boats used for fishing to luxury motorboat yacht charters outfitted with cabins. These boats are an ideal choice to take out into the sea because they generate sufficient speed to cover large distances in less time.

4.    Luxury Yacht Charters

As mentioned earlier, luxury yacht charters are available to rent for motorboats, catamarans, and sailing yachts. A crewed yacht charter in Croatia is slightly expensive but worth the value, as it provides you with a skipper, a host, and the freedom to create a personalised sailing route.

5.    Gulet Charters

Gulet charters are another luxurious option for people looking for a private sailing experience. The charter’s crew looks after you and your guests and the skipper shows you amazing marinas and anchorages in Croatia.

6.    Superyachts

Superyachts or mega yachts are around 24 metres to 180 metres in length. The humongous charters have a spacious chartering area and offer numerous pick-up points. They come with a trained crew and a skipper who possesses extensive knowledge of the wondrous places you’ll encounter on the sea.

7.    Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB)

RIBs are classified as cruising and fishing boats and are for day use only. If you don’t want to spend a week on the ocean, you can rent a RIB for one day to explore the Croatian coast and discover tranquil beaches.

How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Yacht in Croatia?

people swimming around catamarans in Hvar

It all depends on your budget. The type of boat, the number of days you need it for, and the facilities you opt for such as a crewed yacht charter in Croatia all determine the price. Renting a luxury yacht with a skipper and crew or a superyacht typically costs more than a monohull sailing yacht for instance.

You will also need to buy insurance such as non-refundable insurance or make a refundable damage payment on your credit card. You need to factor everything from flying out to Croatia, renting a boat, as well as purchasing insurance, paying for additional facilities, and the cost of food and drinks to come with a budget. With a budget in hand, you can find boats that fit within it.

Still, the main question remains— have you decided on the city you will set sail from in Croatia?

Rent a Yacht for a Week in Croatia

Croatia has several cities with marinas, so it can be quite confusing if you’re not familiar with the regions most frequented by avid sailing enthusiasts. The following list will help you choose a region to rent (charter) a yacht from:

1.    Rent a yacht for a week from Split

Split town with moored yachts- rent a yacht from Split

If you rent a yacht from Split , you can sail to Trogir for the Croatia Original yacht week and Ultra route. Split is the second largest city in Croatia with a well-known and fully-established marina network. The city draws travellers to its striking beaches as well as the historic architecture.

For Croatia Ultra, and Croatia Original routes, you will sail to Vis Island and Hvar Island. While in Vis, visit Komiza with your friends, as well as sail to the spectacular Blue Cave and the nearby Green Cave.

Here is an idea: if you arrive in Croatia earlier, before you sail off the waters of Split, why don’t you check on the Eye of the Earth wonder. It’s a marvelous place on Cetina River, and by car it is just an hour and 30 min away from Split.

2.    Rent a yacht for a week from Dubrovnik

yachts and motorboats in Dubrovnik - rent for the yacht week

You can rent a sailing boat, motorboat, catamaran, or a yacht charter from Dubrovnik. After you rent a boat in Dubrovnik , you can charter it from the ACI Marina in Komolac. The marina is located about 4 km away from the centre of Dubrovnik. You can travel to the marina by car, taxi, or bus.

From Dubrovnik, sail 88.64 nautical miles to reach the city of Split, Croatia’s port city.

Dubrovnik, the Adriatic Coast’s jewel, is an ancient walled town that attracts travellers with its promise to show them a good time on the sea. Many companies based in the city offer boat rental in Dubrovnik. Some people, who rent yacht charters, do it with the purpose to visit Montenegro . The boat rental company can guide you on the type of boats you’re allowed to take outside Croatia.

3.    Rent a yacht from Istria

The north Istrian coast features small fishing villages and the Brijuni Islands. You can rent a boat in Istria from the ACI Marina Pula, Marina Veruda, Marina Trget, ACI Marina Pomer, and Marina Nautica Novigrad.

4.    Charter a yacht from Kvarner

Kvarner also goes by Kvarner Bay and Kvarner Gulf. The bay, situated between the Croatian Littoral mainland and the Istrian Peninsula, is home to five large islands, Krk, Cres, Pag, Losinj, and Rab. Situated next to Istria, the bay is centred around Rijeka , the busiest port city on the Adriatic Coast. The most frequented resort in the region is Opatija.

5.    Rent a yacht from Sibenik

body of water sibenik port with yachts- rent a boat from Sibenik

Sibenik, situated on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia, has several notable sailing areas. They include Marina Mandalina in Sibenik and ACI Marina Vodice, Marina Tisno, and Port Tribunj located northwest of Sibenik .

Southeast of Sibenik, you will find Marina Kremik and also Marina Frapa. On Murter Island, you’ll find the ACI Marina Jezera, Marina Hramina, and Marina Betina. You can rent a boat in Sibenik and sail with your friends or family from one of the city’s sailing areas.

6.    Rent a yacht from Zadar

Zadar harbour in the evening with lots of moored yachts - rent affordable yachts

Since the city is near the airport, it won’t be difficult to rent a boat in Zadar . Compared to other regions in Croatia, the rental cost for boats is more affordable. From Zadar to Split is only an hour and 30 min by car, so you might consider joining the Opening party in Trogir with a yacht sailing from Zadar.

Zadar is another Croatian city with a well-established and popular marina network. You can sail to Croatia’s northern sailing regions from Zardar because it serves as the primary access point. Known as Croatia’s chartering centre, you’ll find numerous vessels chartered in Dalmatia.

Are you gearing up to travel to Croatia and sail the sea encircled by the entrancing scenery? Once you know the type of boat you want to rent and the city you want to start your sailing adventure from, it’s time to pick the months and the dates.

When to Visit and the Type of Weather to Expect?

The months of July and August see a surge in boat rentals. Regardless of the month you choose for your sail week in Croatia, you’ll come across uncrowded anchorages located far away from the busier major urban centres during peak season.

In July and August , the prices increase whereas prices decrease in May and September . Not only is it less crowded in May and September , you’ll be delighted with the excellent weather and warm sea.

Here’s a look at Croatia’s Climate:

  • You can anticipate a warm climate with gentle winds between May and October.
  • In May, the temperature will be at least 18C.
  • In July and August, the temperature will be about 28C on average.

It’s vital to know about the various winds that Croatia sees. The five main winds that can sail or sink your sailing plans include:

  • The Bora is a dry and cold wind. Expect this wind when you see clouds forming above the mountains that are more than 400 metres in height. However, it’s unnoticeable to anyone who is at a distance of more than 4 kilometres from the peaks.
  • The Jugo invites wet weather in high-pressure regions over the Adriatic Coast. Although the wind tends to stay for many days, it brings warmth with it too due to its wind direction.
  • Libecci arrives after Jugo leaves. It enters from the southwest and is known to be strong and dangerous.
  • Mistral arrives from the northwest. It’s more prevalent in the morning and disappears in the evening. Although not ideal sailing conditions, it’s still almost perfect for daytime sailing.
  • Tramontana arrives from the mountains in the north and with it, brings cool and pleasant winds to the seas. However, the wind gusts can be pretty powerful.

If you’re not sailing with a skipper, the various winds will tell you about the opportune time to sail the Croatian waters. If you’re navigating the boat, knowing and understanding the country’s weather patterns will come in handy.

You’re all set to sail!

Moored yacht from Croatia boat party

Be the Captain of Your Own Ship

You can choose to sign up for Yacht Week in Croatia or you can rent your own boat from a boat rental company in a city of your choice. Whatever option you end up picking, you’ll have a grand time on the waters of Croatia, living it up and enjoying the exquisiteness of the country from the sea.

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How about we tell you that there is a week-long party extravaganza organized annually at a serene, virgin, and underrated destination in Eastern Europe? What's more? There is a twist here -the parties take place on the yachts! Sounds exciting?  Croatia , as a few of us might be aware, is a small European country with an enviably long coastline along the Adriatic Sea. Owing to the long coast, there are islands, harbors, and quaint towns aplenty!

Yacht Week In Croatia

If you are a hardcore party animal, the Yacht Week in Croatia is the place to be! There are around 30-35 yachts anchored at the harbour where you are also housed. This seven day long floating parties are every party lover's paradise! Sip your drink, watch movies, dance to your heart's content, chill with others, the to-do list is quite endless!

What Is Yacht Week?

The Yacht Week is a famous seven-day festival hosted every year in six different locations, with Croatia being one. In brief, the festival is nothing less than a full-fledged water adventure. It includes a vast selection of activities organized by The Yacht Week. One of the rules of the Yacht Week is to have an equal number of participants, both male and female, who have earned their way into the yacht. The occurrences at Yacht Week remain a mystery as one would get on board having absolutely no idea as to how the next seven days would be beside the standard understanding of the festival. This limited knowledge regarding the itinerary and schedules is what makes the festival all the more exciting. 

Where to Book for Yacht Week in Croatia?

Start with trying to gather your like-minded friends around and book a boat, or if you intend to go solo, make sure to book a cabin for yourself on one of the yachts early on!

Make sure to book from their official website (www.theyachtweek.com). The boats per route are limited, so book in advance!

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Yacht Week Routes 

Every destination is unique in its way and has different offerings regarding party levels, local exploration and culture. All sorts of travellers are welcome here, so there are slabs to choose from-Fast paced, mid-paced and easy/slow-paced! Both the routes of Croatia - the original & ultra-festival come under the fast-paced category. The festivities go on throughout the day, and you can enjoy non-stop activities and have the time of your lives!

Dates Of Yacht Week in Croatia

We know we've got your full attention! So what about the dates?

What is a Typical Day at the Yacht Week in Croatia like?

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A perfect way to unwind, relax and let your hair down, you need not have a hardcore schedule, and the itinerary is just what you need to have fun and chill at the same time, ensuring that you have a memorable experience at the party! But to give you a rough idea, a typical day would be something like:

Yacht Week in Croatia Prices and Categories

Yacht Week Yachts

As they say, good things don't come easy and if you're wondering what would the cost of the trip be like, let us give you a brief idea.

The overall cost of the Yacht week in Croatia depends on aspects of your destination, itinerary, the group size and the kind of yacht you would like to charter! You either have an option to book a full yacht (can accommodate a group size of 6-12 people) or a cabin (for two people) on one of the yachts.

The former has three categories to choose from; the rates are per person - Standard (starts at $ 550), Premium (starting $ 752) and Premium Plus ($ 777 onwards). The prices for renting a cabin would range from $ 650 to $ 995 per person, depending on the package inclusions.

However, be prepared to shell out additional money on the airfare, airport transfers, and other exclusions. Do read everything clearly before booking!

Good experiences don't come cheap, right?

Hiring a skipper

Skippers are yacht professionals certified in the sport. They maintain the safety and security of the audience and ensure their excitement meets the perfect experience. These licensed sailors who would be onboard with the crew, also teach those who are willing to learn the art of yachting.

Skipper hiring is an easy process; it would require a couple of online methods. But what is difficult is pinning down the right skipper for you, regarding experience, certification and hospitality. Here are some of the websites through which you could get in touch with your personal skipper:

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Drumcode and The Yacht Week announce Croatia 2023 lineup

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Drumcode and The Yacht Week will join forces once again in summer 2023 as a flotilla of yachts filled with techno fans and Drumcode artists come together to sail the stunning Croatian coastline and enjoy 7-days of music and intimate parties in truly unique locations. The debut event this summer was something special and 2023 is set to be even bigger and better with a lineup of serious techno talent. Announced for 2023 are Adam Beyer, Marco Faraone, Layton Giordani, Juliet Fox, Anna Reusch, Eli Brown, Bart Skils, and Wehbba. The Yacht Week Presents Drumcode takes place from 27th May to 3rd June 2023 with limited places available to book now at www.theyachtweek.com . Spots start at just €856/£765/$862 per person. 

The Yacht Week and Drumcode have partnered up to dispel the myth that techno is made purely for underground clubs, raves and festivals. This unique experience provides the perfect platform, set against the beautiful backdrop of the Adriatic sea and Croatian islands, to demonstrate the versatility of techno as a genre and highlight the nuances and different energy levels that different artists can bring. 

Last summer, Drumcode and The Yacht Week’s debut saw guests and artists converge to create an unforgettable atmosphere. Guests were able to enjoy close-up and exclusive DJ sets from world-class DJs as the event redefined what a music festival can be. Drumcode and The Yacht Week delivered a truly inclusive vibe with DJs partying alongside guests and sailing together as one group of like-minded people. Juliet Fox even took a yoga class for guests as she immersed herself in the experience. 

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Drumcode founder Adam Beyer said “The intimacy of this unique experience truly blew me away – staying on yachts metres apart, exploring all day and partying all night with the Drumcode family. It was amazing to meet people who had travelled from Argentina, Australia and LA for the event, all connecting over our shared love of the music. This exceeded all my expectations and I can’t wait to do it again next year.”

Next summer will also deliver an even more intimate experience with guests getting additional opportunities to meet and spend time with the artists.

Venues in 2022 included a lighthouse on a deserted island, a submarine shelter and a historic fortress, as well as sets, played from a floating DJ booth – fully equipped with VOID Acoustics sound system – to the world’s first floating dance floor. Summer 2023 will step it up again, with more unique venues, pop-up parties and surprises to be announced.

Curated by Adam Beyer, the lineup for 2023 has been carefully selected and includes a few new faces including the extremely talented DJ / producer Marco Faraone joins, as does rising star Anna Reusch who has a forthcoming track on Drumcode’s popular compilation series A-Sides Vol 11. Eli Bown joins the lineup, named as Adam Beyer’s ‘Rising Star DJ / producer of 2022’ in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs chart. Wehbba is another new name on the trip, a Drumcode stalwart with a big reputation. Returning for a second year are, Adam Beyer of course, Layton Giordani who has just dropped the massive ‘Rabbit Hole’ on Drumcode – a collab with Hi-LO, Juliet Fox who also has a forthcoming track on A-Sides Vol 11, and Bart Skils, a vital Drumcode artist who just released his ‘Horsepower’ EP on the label. 

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Are you ready for a summer like no other in Croatia? Get ready to be blown away as we present to you for the second year running, Rhythm and Waves.

A week dedicated to the best sounds in HipHop, R&B, Dancehall & Soca, Afrobeats, House and everything in between! Brace yourself for a week filled with the hottest sounds in Hip Hop, Reggaeton, Soca, Dancehall, Moombah, and Afrobeats. Picture yourself dancing on yachts, exploring hidden caves in Vis, partying in world-renowned clubs, and indulging in the finest Croatian cuisine, all accompanied by a specially curated soundtrack just for you.

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This year we bring back some of our previous DJs and a series of new DJs alike.

Dates: 22nd - 28th June 2024.

Meet the Selectas: Meet the DJs who'll curate the soundtrack to the best week of your life.

Kendollaz: New Yorks’ hottest DJ hits the Adriatic

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Kendollaz is a DJ, producer, and event curator born and raised in New York. Embarking on her DJ journey 8 years ago as a freshman at Temple University, her open-format playing style is the product of New York’s diverse soundscape and Philly’s rich DJ culture. She has depth with genres like Hip-Hop, R&B, Dancehall, World and most importantly brings an unparalleled energy to her sets! Kendollaz is also a resident DJ at Gyalifest, a 

Brooklyn-based party collective that celebrates women of the diaspora’s unique identities and the Music Director at Samples N' Friends® , a music sample trivia event series highlighting the influence and history of Black music genres. Outside of rocking nightlife events, she's the go-to DJ for renowned brands like Saks Fifth Avenue and Serato. Inspired by the likes of Kaytranada and Sango, Kendollaz has made it her mission to reshape the way we experience music.

Check out her Soundcloud here to get in her groove.

ALEX EBS: DJ, Producer and Yacht Week Veteran

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Alex Ebs is a young Amsterdam based DJ and Producer with passion for music that started from a young age. With love for many different genres, his style consists of urban, afro, future beats, hiphop, amapiano, latin and house, building a unique sound.

Alex's journey started in 2016 when he got serious about being a DJ. He took part in a DJ competition in the Netherlands and amazingly made it to the Top 5, all at the age of just 16 and kicked off his career. Now, he's putting out remixes on Soundcloud, and they've been listened to millions of times. He is currently a resident DJ at Yacht Week, and has played in many well known festivals and clubs around the world such as Pinkpop Festival, AIR Amsterdam, Carpe Diem Hvar, the list goes on.

Alex Ebs is currently in North America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia, showcasing his energetic DJ sets to different audiences, and building his reputation for producing an unforgettable show in the lead up to Rhythm and Waves.

He’s definitely making his mark in the music scene.

You’ll want to check out some of Alex Ebs’ edits here!

Damshaq : The Ultimate Party Catalyst

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Host, entertainer, and DJ - DAMNSHAQ first hit the decks at 18 years old and has since become one of London's most in-demand entertainers. Known for his infectious energy, DAMNSHAQ brings an unmatched vibe and life to every event. 

Fun fact: he started out as a dancer. 

Making appearances on BBC Radio 1xtra and Boiler Room he has graced some of the scene's most coveted platforms, solidifying his DJ credentials everywhere from GRM Rated Awards to Paris Fashion Week. Whether touring with the likes of WSTRN and House of Pharaohs, shelling down Wireless, Reading and Leeds Festival or traveling the world with global brands, Champion and Urban Outfitters - DAMNSHAQ leaves his mark wherever he goes. DAMNSHAQ's contagious creativity led to the launch of DAMNSHAQ's HOUSE in 2018; selling out 20 events since its inception. The club night has reigned notorious for authentic vibes, A-List guests and DJs running the latest rap/trap riddims and everything in between. 

We cannot wait to see him back in action under the summer Croatian sun for second year running!Dive into some of his playlists here

The Ultimate Playlist: Let’s set the vibe… To get you in the mood for this extraordinary musical journey, we have curated a brand new playlist that encapsulates the essence of our week-long adventure. From bass-thumping anthems to sultry rhythms, this playlist will transport you to a world where the music flows seamlessly with the gentle sway of the waves. Get ready to groove to the beats that will accompany your epic Yacht Week Rhythm and Waves experience.

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Yacht Week Croatia Review – The Straight Facts

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The Yacht Week Croatia Review: Know Before Your Go

Perhaps you've heard to rumours, the stories, and the legends about the Yacht Week. It sounds awesome. But so did the Taco Bell Cheese Roll-Up burrito . It is all hype, or is it the real deal? This Yacht Week Croatia review has the answers.

In the interest of educating the masses, I sacrificed myself. From Aug 9-17 ten buddies and I embarked on the Yacht Week Croatia in search of the truth.

We found it.

My Yacht Week Croatia review summary is that it's awesome…  b ut   i t's not for everyone.  And there are definitely some things you should know in advance. Here are some key figures to shed light into the inner workings of the mayhem and help you prepare for your own experience:

And for those of you who don’t know what the Yacht Week is, watch this video:

The Yacht Week Croatia Review by the Numbers:

Number of nationalities represented at Yacht Week.Somewhat surprisingly there was nobody from Russia, the Middle East (not even Israel), or Asia. Nevertheless, the chance to cavort with and befriend people like you from around the world was definitely a highlight of the Yacht Week.

Number of nationalities representing 80% of the yacht weekers: American, Australian, Brazilian, Spanish, and German. In other words, while the Yacht Week Croatia draws a worldwide clientele, it's not THAT diverse.

Nationalities we had on our boat, “The Love Boat”: German, Swedish, Swiss, Canadian, Portuguese, South African, and Namibian. This definitely played to our advantage in drawing the attention of other boats.

Estimated age of the average yacht weeker. The youngest were 22 and oldest closing on forty, but most were in the late 20s to early 30s range.

Average age of the skippers, who are supposed to keep everything in control. No wonder chaos ensued.

This may be crude, but no Yacht Week Croatia review would be complete without sharing how much sex goes on. Fifteen is the number of girls the eight single guys in our crew “got intimate” with during the week. Just under two girls per guy might not seem like a lot, but most of our crew settled on “Yacht Week girlfriends”, meaning they hooked up with the same girl each night. If getting laid is one of your objectives at Yacht Week Croatia, you're in luck. It is very easy.

Percentage of yacht weekers who were female. At least. If anything, there were more girls than guys. Everyone—guys and girls—seemed to agree it was an ideal ratio.

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Estimated total number of hours we were actually at sea. And some of that was early in the morning while we were sleeping. The vast majority of our time was spent anchored or at harbor. The Yacht Week is not about boating; it's all about partying.

Hours we actually had the sails up. We only put our sails up twice in the whole trip.

Estimated average sleep quality score, out of 100 during the trip. The cabins get unbearably hot at night. This forces you to sleep on deck, which is not designed for sleeping. And sleeping outside leads to an inevitable early wake up as soon as the sun comes up. I’d recommend following the skippers’ lead: bring a hammock and something to cover your eyes.

Number of full meals we ate per day. With the exception of one egg salad, that meal was always pasta. Other than that, for sustenance we snacked on fruit, cereal, pizza, sausages, bread, and booze.

eating at Yacht Week Croatia

Boats doing the same route as us, the Yacht Week Croatia Black Route. At the same time, 46 other boats were doing the Red Route, which is the same route but in the other direction. That’s a lot of boats and a lot of partiers.

$850 (4900 kuna)

Total spent on groceries at the Getro by the marina before sailing off for the first time. We ate it all and then some.

$35 (200 kuna)

Amount we were extorted into paying for the 250 meter taxi ride to bring our haul of groceries from the Getro supermarket to the Marina Kastela. Bring some dollies or carts from the marina so you can push the stuff back yourselves and avoid being ripped off.

$10, $1, $0.5

Approximate cost of a bottle of vodka, a can of beer, and a kilogram of bananas respectively at the supermarket by the marina where we started our trip.

$30, $2.50, $3

Cost of the same vodka, beer, and bananas at the harbor by Hvar where we spent two nights. Buy as much as you can at the begging in order to save money.

$260 (1500 kuna)

Amount each of the eleven in our crew contributed to the pot, which was used to pay for joint expenses like groceries, gas, and harbor fees.

$4.50 (25 kuna)

Typical cost of a can of beer at the Yacht Week parties. If you’re a cheap-ass like me, be sure to pre-drink, or make a party mix that you can stash nearby.

$350-$900 (2000 to 5000 kuna)

Cost of getting tables at the parties. Don’t get tables. The parties are free-for-alls and you won’t be spending much time at your table anyways. If you want drinks, buy them individually or take advantage of other people’s tables.

Number of skippers (the guys we paid to captain our boats for us) who said Yacht Week Croatia is their favorite. Without exception, they said they thought the Yacht Weeks in Greece and the US Virgin Islands were better. That’s not to say Croatia is bad at all – it’s awesome – but food for thought for those considering signing up and deciding where to go.

Number of times in my life I will do the Yacht Week. It was an even better time than I expected, but it's the polar opposite of the type of traveling I prefer (blending in) and I’m not sure my body could survive another. Plus, it’s expensive and there are plenty of other experiences and parties to be had in life. I recommend everyone do it once at least. And if you’re crazy, you’ll be back for more.

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Just did The Yacht Week Croatia. Wish I read this before going there to be a little bit more prepared. Really liked your article and all the numbers – especially the cost for taxi and food supply. Actually, all the numbers were quite accurate and interesting!

SUPER HELPFUL, thank you!

Glad to hear it, Alexandra! Enjoy the summer

All the guys and girls are so shredded and ripped. Does this mean that the less attractive bodies don’t get a fair chance to get laid ?

Hi Kamlesh. I'd say it's no different from the non Yacht-week world.

Thanks for sharing! Was searching info for the yacht week and found this article helpful.

You're welcome. This post is getting old, so hopefully some of the info in it remains reasonably accurate.

Hi, two things:

1.Im planning to travel in July, should I opt for an AC yacht or non AC one? is the heat really unbearable? 2. A bit embarrassing but I am a snob in these How well equipped are the toilets of the yacht like?

THANK YOU FOR THESE GREAT TIPS. The company emailed my friends and I that our boat is no longer available. Im hearing the ac yacht is not worth it. Some nights the boat ran out of fuel and they didnt have ac until later that morning. What is your opinion?

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Guide to the Yacht Week Croatia Itinerary

  • By Susan Weston

What is Yacht Week Croatia?

Yacht Week is a week-long sailing adventure around the Croatian Islands on your own Catamaran. It is basically college spring break with an itinerary of partying all day and night. Our boat was the oldest ranging from our late 20s to 52 (Damn Damon), but I had assumed it would all be college kids, and it wasn’t. Most boats were in their 20’s and early 30’s. Despite our ages, our boat was the party boat, and we ended up with quite the reputation.

Itinerary Yacht Week Croatia

Our Itinerary During Yacht Week Croatia

* Schedule subject to change.

Itinerary Day 1 – Trogir

Day 1 was frustrating. We were all super excited. We had already checked out of our hotels and had all our luggage with us, but we had to wait until almost 5 p.m. for the skipper and host to prepare the boat. We spent breakfast and lunch at the same restaurant (poor servers). Then we went to the pier and sat there waiting and waiting and waiting. It was a buzz kill for sure, but it all worked out. Just be prepared.

Shout out to our skipper, Simon and host, Mia! They were the best and were 100% the reason we had such a good time.

Itinerary Day 1 was spent waiting Yacht Week Croatia

It’s important to know which marina your boat will leave from when planning your accommodations. We departed from ACL Marina Trogir, which is located farther away from Split but closer to the airport, so it worked out well for us. The pre-party on Day 1 was held at Padres, a bar located in Trogir. Since we were staying in Trogir, we could easily walk to the bar instead of taking a water taxi like other Yacht Week boats. Just a heads up – your catamaran will not leave the dock until Day 2.

Cover Charges During Yacht Week

Carpe Diem, Padres, Hula Hula, Club 585 and Fort George are private Yacht Week events. Other events are for the general public, but your Yacht Week bracelet grants free entry. 

Group at Way Point Hvar drinking coffee Itinerary Day 2

Itinerary Day 2 – Hvar

We sailed to the ACL Marina Palmizana near Hvar. It is a small, secluded island with a beach, a coffee shop, and showers. In the evening, we took a water taxi to the beach club Carpe Diem, located on its island of Stipanska, for the Siren’s Call party. It was sad to see that many people didn’t follow the theme. Don’t be those people. After that, we took a boat taxi into Hvar and went to Kiva Bar. Hvar is a beautiful city with small alleys filled with bars and restaurants. Although Kiva was fun, it was packed with people.  

Laundry During Yacht Week Croatia

The ACL Marina Palmizana has laundry facilities. It is a perfect time to do laundry because you will spend two nights here.

Itinerary Day 3 – Hvar

Today is usually day 5 on the itinerary, but it was changed due to the weather. Normally, it is a much-needed recharge day. We spent the day hanging out with all the other Yacht Weekers on our boats, as there wasn’t much to do on the small island.  In the evening, we went into Hvar again. Our host recommended hiking 15 minutes to the fort for sunset, but it looked high, and we were lazy. There was a Yacht Week party at Hula Hula. It’s just a short walk from the water taxi drop-off. 

Itinerary Day 2 Yacht Week Croatia

Yacht Week Drinking Tip: Roadies 

Get some roadies for your walk to Hula Hula. We didn’t, and our new friends from London gave me a warm beer. I was appreciative, but why is it only Americans who like super cold drinks?

Advice for Hula Hula, Hvar

Getting a drink at Hula Hula was impossible, but we walked another 2 minutes and found a bar on the right-hand side with no line and a better view. I even met a guy from my hometown, which is very small. It is a small world.

At dinner, I decided to practice my Croatian language skills. I learned that “živjeli” means “cheers” in Croatian. I thought I was pronouncing the word perfectly, but the waitress and my table mates did not agree. The waitress spent 5 minutes at our table trying to help me before shaking her head and giving up. Nonetheless, I will never forget the word; I even got it tattooed on my back in Croatian Script.

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Water Taxis 

We bought round-trip tickets for our water taxi, but when we went to head home, we were told the taxi we had tickets for only came every hour. It was strange. They all looked the same.  The man who claimed that “he wasn’t our taxi” allowed me to board anyway, so who knows. It was a rough ride. I ended up sitting on the floor of the tiny boat between all the passengers. At least I was protected from getting wet. Just make sure the boat is going back to the right marina.

Where to Eat:   Silk (Ul. Sveti Marak 14, 21450, Hvar, Croatia) Serving Pan-Asian Fresh Street Food. Our host recommended it.

Itinerary Day 4 – Bol

On day 4 of the itinerary, we sailed to Bol. Our skipper was the lead, so we tied up along the waterfront while other boats had to anchor in the marina and take a tender. We walked 15 minutes along the beach to the Auro Beach Bar. The bar is at the island’s tip and was very windy, so beware. There is a little train that drives back and forth if you are feeling hungover. At night, everyone headed to Club 585. I won’t name names, but someone forgot I was in the bathroom on the boat and left without me. I’m blaming the alcohol. 

Where to Eat: Taverna Riva (Frane radića 5, 21420 Bol, Croatia) – Located on the waterfront across from our catamaran. Beautiful view and delicious Mediterranean food.

Group at Taverna Riva eating dinner

Itinerary Day 5 – Sailing

Today was Regatta Day, which we thought would be a big event, but it turned out to be a simple sailing trip. We sailed together to our destination, where we anchored for the Tunnel Raft Party. Our group dressed in a Mario Cart theme for the Regatta but then changed into regular beach clothes.

The Tunnel Raft Party was a blast. All the boats were tied together in two long lines. A DJ played music from a boat in the middle, and everyone floated on their rafts and walked from boat to boat, enjoying the party. Again, we were lucky to have the lead skipper, so he ensured we were right next to the DJ. We transformed our boat into a Vegas Club with a VIP section guarded by a Velvet Rope. Damon and Johnny acted as bouncers, and anyone who passed by had to get a “Welcome to the Shit Show” tattoo. There was a rumor that our boat was the “Only Fans” boat, but that’s another story.

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Itinerary Day 6 – Vis

Half of the group went on a day trip to a cave, while I decided to stay behind and find a coffee shop with Wi-Fi. At this point, I still had no idea where I was going after Yacht Week. I had no plans for the eight days until my flight back to the US. We had one last dinner with our skipper and host and went to Fort George for the final party. 

Where to Eat: Villa Rustica (Mijurovac ul. 16, 21480, Vis, Croatia) – Most of the Yacht Weekers went to Fort George for dinner before the party, but our host recommended this restaurant for traditional Croatian food. It was delicious and within walking distance from our boat.

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Itinerary Day 7 – Back to Marina

Sadly, we had to sail back to the marina. We stopped and had one more opportunity to swim before packing and cleaning. 

And that is what the itinerary looks like on Yacht Week in Croatia. Would I go again? Absolutely. Have you already booked your trip? Check out the Top 11 Tips to Know Before Yacht Week Croatia .

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The Ultimate Guide to The Yacht Week in Croatia

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Are you a party animal in search of an unforgettable experience? Look no further than The Yacht Week in Croatia! This week-long extravaganza is held annually in the beautiful and underrated destination of Croatia. But here's the twist - all the parties take place on yachts! If you're ready for an adventure filled with epic parties, stunning scenery, and lifelong memories, then The Yacht Week is the place to be.

What is The Yacht Week?

Choosing your route, booking your yacht week experience, accommodations on the yachts, exploring the islands, the parties - the highlight of each day, dining on the yacht week, budgeting for the yacht week, the importance of your crew, arrival and departure.

The Yacht Week is a renowned seven-day festival that takes place in six different locations, with Croatia being one of them. It all started back in 2006 when a group of friends from Sweden decided to create their own sailing experience for adventure seekers like themselves. Since then, The Yacht Week has grown to include 70,000 people who love to explore, party, and sail.

When it comes to The Yacht Week in Croatia, there are seven different routes to choose from. Each route offers a unique experience, with varying levels of partying, local exploration, and cultural immersion. The Original Croatia Route is the most popular choice, known for its legendary parties and breathtaking scenery. But if you're looking for something different, you can also opt for routes in Italy, Greece, Montenegro, the Caribbean, or Grenada.

Once you've decided on the route that suits your preferences, it's time to gather your crew and book your yacht or cabin. It's important to book early as the boats per route are limited. You can book directly through the official website of The Yacht Week to secure your spot and start planning for the adventure of a lifetime.

During The Yacht Week, your home will be the yacht itself. While the accommodations may not be lavish, the boats are well-maintained and provide a comfortable space for you and your crew. It's important to note that space on the yachts can be a bit cramped, so be prepared for close quarters. Most boats have multiple bathrooms, but it's essential to be mindful of water usage and follow proper toilet etiquette.

While The Yacht Week is known for its epic parties, it's also an opportunity to explore the stunning islands of Croatia. From secluded bays to charming towns, there's no shortage of beauty to discover. Take the time to go on excursions, rent a Vespa and explore the islands, or simply walk around the towns and indulge in local delicacies. It's all about finding the perfect balance between partying and experiencing the culture and natural wonders of Croatia.

Let's not forget the main attraction - the parties! The Yacht Week Croatia is famous for its legendary parties, and each day offers a unique and unforgettable experience. From the Riviera Chic party in Hvar to the Fort Party in a historic fort, the festivities are non-stop. Snagging a table with bottle service is highly recommended for a more comfortable experience. The Raft Party and Regatta are also highlights not to be missed. It's all about dancing, socializing, and creating memories that will last a lifetime.

While onboard, you'll have the option to have your own hostess who will cook breakfast and lunch for you and your crew. Trust us when we say, this is worth every penny. Your hostess will take care of the meals, ensuring that everyone is well-fed and ready to take on the day's adventures. However, there are also plenty of opportunities to eat out at local restaurants and enjoy the delicious cuisine of Croatia. Don't forget to try traditional dishes like Peka, and indulge in some mouthwatering ice cream from local shops.

It's important to be prepared and budget accordingly for The Yacht Week. While the cost will depend on various factors such as the route, yacht type, and group size, it's essential to account for expenses like groceries, port fees, water taxis, bottle service, and group dinners. Splitting costs evenly with your crew is recommended to ensure a fair distribution of expenses. Planning ahead and using apps like Splitwise can help keep track of expenses and settle the bill at the end of the trip.

Your crew plays a significant role in the success of The Yacht Week. It's important to have a group of like-minded individuals who are open-minded, responsible, and ready to have a good time. The Yacht Week places emphasis on the ratio of guys to girls in your group, so it's crucial to ensure a balance. Having a skipper and hostess on board is also highly recommended, as they will provide guidance, take care of logistics, and enhance your overall experience.

Arriving a day before the official check-in time is recommended to avoid any potential travel delays and ensure a smooth start to your Yacht Week adventure. Booking accommodations near the marina allows for a good night's sleep before embarking on your journey. On the departure day, you'll return to the marina, check out, and bid farewell to your yacht and crew. It's a bittersweet moment, but the memories and friendships forged during The Yacht Week will last a lifetime.

The Yacht Week in Croatia is an experience like no other - a perfect blend of adventure, partying, and exploration. From sailing the stunning Croatian coastline to dancing the night away at legendary parties, this week-long extravaganza is sure to be the best week of your life. So gather your crew, book your yacht or cabin, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime. Embark on The Yacht Week in Croatia, and let the party begin!

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